Daniela Garofalo specializes in British Romantic literature with
an interest in the early British Victorian period and Lacanian theory.
Her firsst book Manly Leaders in Nineteenth-Century British Literature
(SUNY 2008) focuses on political theory and gender studies. Her second book,
Women, Love and Commodity Culture (Ashgaten 2012) considers connections
between econoic theory, gender studies, and Lacanian theory. Daniela Garofalo
has published essays on Lord Byron, Thomas Carlyle, William Godwin, John Keats,
and Emily Bronte. She teaches courses on Romantic and Victorian literature,
and critical theory.